Accessing superbly detailed new amp models can't be easer than with the DigiTech RP350 Guitar Multi Effect Pedal. There are three easy steps to dial in the perfect sound with DigiTech's Tone and Effec... Click To Read More About This Product
Accessing superbly detailed new amp models can't be easer than with the DigiTech RP350 Guitar Multi Effect Pedal. There are three easy steps to dial in the perfect sound with DigiTech's Tone and Effects library knobs.
1. Pick one of 30 tone presets
2. Pick one of 30 effects chains
3. Dial in your effects level and rock on
You may never go any deeper into the infinitely-tweakable RP interface. RP tone and effects libraries let you access pre-designed combinations of models as fast as you can turn the knob. From mellow and bluesy to scorch-the-face-of-the-earth-raw, you're going to find combinations that fit your playing style. It's a modeling guitar processor with the raw power for real playersÂ and tone that deserves to be heard on stage and in the studio. The DigiTech RP350's built-in expression pedal lets you alter parameters in real time to be more expressive.
USB connectivity for recording, preset editing/archiving/downloading and more. The RP350 is ready to talk to your PC or Mac computer: it has a built-in 24-bit 2-in/2-out USB interface. Lay down tracks with your favorite multitrack DAW software. Play back a mix or MP3 cut directly through your RP350 effect pedal and jam along with it. Download a free copy of X-Edit Editor/Librarian from www.digitech.com and customize presets, upload and download new tones, including those from magazine web sites and DigiTech's own thriving online player community.
400% more horsepower. No wonder the RP350 modeling guitar pedal sounds so good. You're looking at the one of the world's most advanced audio processors, the "engine" that gives RP models so much more raw impact and subtle detail. Many manufacturers use general-purpose, off-the-shelf chips. But creating the best guitar tone requires a 100% specialized, optimized processor. Being total audio processing fanatics, DigiTech "Chip Wizard" engineers set out to create a super-processor specifically designed to power a whole new generation of effects and models. The design team worked for over two years, literally re-defining audio signal processing at the chip level. Then "Tone Guru" engineersâfresh from Production Modeling triumphs like the Jimi Hendrix Experience Artist Series pedalâset to work taking advantage of all this new raw processing power. When you hear what AudioDNA2 does for the tone of the DigiTech RP350 you'll agree it was all worth it.
*Other product names modeled in this product are trademarks of their respective companies that do not endorse and are not associated or affiliated with DigiTech or Harman International Industries, Inc. Ibanez Tube Screamer, Voodoo Labs Sparkle Drive, Guyatone Overdrive, ProCo Rat, MXR, Boss Metal Zone, Roger Mayer Octavia, Demeter Fuzzulator, Arbiter Fuzz Face, EH Big Muff Pi, Dunlop Cry Baby, Vox, Clyde McCoy Wah, MXR DynaComp, TC Electronic, EH Electric Mistress, EH Small Stone, Boss Octaver, Unicord Univibe, Fender Opto Tremolo, Vox Bias Tremolo, Maestro Echoplex, Fender Twin Reverb, EMT, Fender Tweed Deluxe, Fender Bassman, Fender Blackface, Twin Reverb, Marshall Super Lead, Mesa/Boogie, Hiwatt, Fender Tweed Champ, Soldano, Jensen Blue Backs, Celestion, Johnson Amplification and VHT Amplification are trademarks of other manufacturers and were used merely to identify products whose sounds were reviewed in the creation of this product.
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Most Liked Positive Review
Not bad--but not great
I purchased mine about five months ago. I also experienced problems with the unit "freezing up." I later found through trial and error that this was caused by having the thing...Read complete review
I purchased mine about five months ago. I also experienced problems with the unit "freezing up." I later found through trial and error that this was caused by having the thing hooked into my computer with X-Edit running and then editing the patches with the on-board knobs. Lesson learned: edit using on-board controls or with X-Edit--but this thing will not allow you to use either at the same time. This caveat is not mentioned in the owner's manual, even though DigiTech engineers were apparently aware of the problem before they even put these on the market. The software should be included with the unit--instead of making the user go online and download it. In addition, DigiTech has been dragging its feet in producing software that is Vista compatible. This would get high marks across the board if it were not for DigiTech's non-existent customer support and refusal to stay current with microsoft and Apple OS demands. They should also issue Linux versions.
Most Liked Negative Review
I would give this a poor grade due to it's marketing. I saw it in a guitar magazine months before it came out, and was intrigued by it's 'Computer Connectivity for recording...Read complete review
I would give this a poor grade due to it's marketing. I saw it in a guitar magazine months before it came out, and was intrigued by it's 'Computer Connectivity for recording USB', & bought it as soon as it came out. I own a Pod & J-Station- both are ok, but not great tone. This seemed like a new alternative, with lots of features. IT CANNOT BE HEARD ON YOUR COMPUTER! ONLY AFTER RECORDING YOU CAN HEAR PLAYBACK. I was told by Digitech support ' It can only be monitored thru it's own headphone jack, not thru the computer.' I want to hear what I'm recording, exactly as it's being inputed. It would be very easy for Digitech to add a simple conversion program allowing the sounds to be played thru the USB, converted to analog, and monitorable- what a joke! As far as a pedal- millions of features, millions of muddy, useless tones. I thought at least the distortion pedal models would be worthwhile- not so! They make no effect on the sound other than making it muddy. Reverbs were good- I think I could have gotten 1 decent sound out of everything- definitely a bad pedal. It was returned. Only but this if your are looking for lots of generic sounds with 0 tone.
Reviewed by 127 customers
I couldnt believe some of the sounds I was able to get out of this pedal. The amps sound so real and powerful. The tube emulation is so accurate too if you tweak it right. I have only been playing through headphones and get an amazing sound. I cant wait to hear it through a half stack. Customer service was nonexistent when I needed them though but, the people at Digitech stepped in and helped me.
this is a great pedal making your own effect is easy and fun. the only problem i saw was the tuner doesnt tune very well with open strings, but when you do the 12th fret harmonic it tunes perfect
I got this pedal about five years ago as my first pedal. I thought it was amazing, until I started hearing other stomp boxes. It just didn't soud the same anymore. It's great for if your just starting out and for playing around, but if you are or want to be serios about guitar, this is not the pedal for you.
I bought one of these christmas of last year, right before the price cut. And it was good, my friend had an older model so i already knew what i was doing when i got it, but as of the last few months i've been playing in a metal band, and i changed from 15w amp to a full on halfstack, and i refuse to use my digitech. So pretty much it's fun for awhile, but once you actually focus in on playing a more defined range of music, you'll want to look in to actual pedals, maybe other multi-fx.
Great processor for the beginning guitarist that is not sure of what sound they are looking for to make a commitment to. Lots of capabilities, great sound quality and potential. Good for the home player/ novelist or someone who has a lot of time alone to piddle with all that it has to offer. You could very easily get lost in all of the options and never learn any new music/ songs-- be aware. I actually traded mine in for the RP500, a more stage ready beast. I am very satisfied, the stereo sound is incredible and versitale. What ever artist sound that you like can be dailed up and saved on your own 100 presets! A word of advice though, keep or get an overdrive/ boost to kick up over the top for leads other than that ROCK ON!!!
i personally own the RP300a. literally the exact same thing except mine doesnt look quite so much like a toy. but i have a friend who owns one of these and just for giggles let me borrow it for a few days to see what the difference was. honestly,i wasnt impressed. this is supposed to an upgraded version of mine,but the only thing that is special about this is a few more different outputs than the standard ones,and the ability to work with it through a computer. the feature of hooking up to my computer doesnt really excite me. im all about complete control of my effects,but when i used to have my computer in my setup it just became a bit of a hassle. i would forget that i have the computer and when id go to change something on my pedals,id remember that i was running my computer,and during any kind of performance timing is huge,and when youre supposed to be playing a riff btu you had to run from your pedals to your computer so you only manage to get in half the riff or something and it just isnt professional. i have 4 other pedals i run into my processor,flanger,reverb a tone driver and a distortion. it works really well with stompboxes running into it. this rp350,not so much.i felt like when i added my stompboxes to the 350 it just was too colorful.dont get me wrong,i love effects,but it just sounded cheesy to me.like the processor was trying too hard to sound a certain way. i love my rp300a with a passion and wouldnt change to the rp350. also,just an fyi, digitech processors may be affordable,but thats for a reason. the small pedals to switch between effects and amps are held on by what i think you would call alligator clips. theyre put in a certain way,but when i opened up my processor for the first time i was shocked because it looked like someone opened up their desk drawer and just decided that paper clips would work. also with these pedals,there are small rubber pads attached to them to make contact to make the switch between effects/amp and these tend to get worn out and fall off. so if your pedals start going out on you,open them up and see if its the rubber pads first before you take it anywhere to get fixed.
I got this pedal a year ago and thought it was great because I was rather new to pedals and effects. After hearing other stompboxes and Multi-effects, this pedal was put in the dust. The clean on this pedal isn't too bad along with some of the effects but distortian wise only high gain settings sound good. I've gone through 3 power supplies and now it has just completly stopped working. Save up for the one of the line 6 POD pedals or Boss ME-70. BTW I play a Epi Les Paul Custom.
I had just got this pedal two days ago as a gift.... I am just stunned about how AMAZING it is... Far by the best pedal I own. I has the most sick settings and the fact that I can plug it into my computer is just amazing.... I have some of the actual pedals that are featured in the RP350 and the sound is Dead on.... If you want a cheap and effective way to shred on the guitar.... this is the way to go.
I got the RP350 last christmas. It's a lot of fun. It comes with a recording program Cubase Le 3, at least it did. The pedal itself is awesome. It's fairly easy to use by just looking at it, and came with a comprehensive manual. While individual Stompboxes are less digital, this cost far less and contains 80 or so stompboxes like the tube screamer. Well worth your money, unless you have a pedalboard already.
This is a great pedal. Tons of fun effects. I can play with this pedal all day, the only thing I don't like about it is the wah pedal. I find it somewhat difficult to use, other than that it is a great buy.
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